Premier Inn Carlisle - M6, Jct 44
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Again the alarm went off at 6am signifying the start of Groundhog Day. The difference today was that it was Fathers Day. I am really missing home and family so the pressie and card were a nice lift. I opened my pressie and put on my new "cool dad" socks ! Not normal cycling attire but I think I have now earned the right to wear whatever I want to …
... We had missed coffee at the start cos the shop was shut! Without sustenance, we galloped on to Ashness Bridge and along a beautiful road then following a path alongside the tarn until we reached Watendlath. And guess what, the lone farm sold teas! After a break we took in the beautiful tarn, chatted to a few folk before a short climb over the ridge and a two ...
We started our walk from Littletown. The church and schoolroom attached was quaint. Our walk was the ascent of Hindsgarth (2400 ft). This was a tricky climb with lots of scrambles. The sun was shining and the ground dry so that made it straight forward. The views were stunning in the bright sunshine as we looked across at our other walks on Cats Bells, Blencathra and High Rigg. It must ...
We arrived last Friday and are sharing a cottage with fellow trippers, Dick and Mags, Rob and Di. I am a bit late getting this started so I'm going to list a few thinks we've done then upload some photos so I can remember what we did. Friday - went to the pub, the Dog And Gun, met Will & Gill Sat - Judy and Di went to the market we walked up Latrigg 5 miles. Pub and chilli Sunday - ferry to the other side of Derwent Water and ...
Another cold start, looks like we are going swimming again, rain due about 09.00, all of us are feeling it this morning. Hallelujah the rain has stopped, not so cool is a 792 metre hill climb with our 18 miles. Some sore limbs were gained today, I think we nearly killed Martin, but we all achieved ...